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For questions about stacking of network devices. For instance, you are stacking a new set of switches or firewalls, where you need help with configurations or are troubleshooting a problem.

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According to Cisco guide, the switch with higher priority value should become the stack master, but looks like it does not work in this case. You can try (check if it works after each step, make sure …
answered Oct 5 '17 by Hung Tran
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You need to un-provision the removed switch(es) and renumber the current one to be the 1st switch. Your two switches are now standalone switches. In fact, each of them has turned into a single-switch …
answered Sep 27 '17 by Hung Tran